The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has issued a judgment in a sealed case regarding a grand jury matter, which reporting from Politico suggests is likely linked to the Mueller investigation. The decision is available here.
On December 17th, Alan Cohn hosted the 244th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast. We took a deep dive into all things blockchain and cryptocurrency, discussing recent regulatory developments and projections for 2019.
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Partial Ceasefire Begins in Yemen, Turkey Makes New Push for Gulen Extradition, U.S. Concerned about Potential Offensive in Eastern Syria
Yemen peace talks make progress on key issues, Turkey’s foreign minister says the Trump administration is considering expelling Fethullah Gulen and Turkish troops threaten to push into territory held by U.S.-backed forces.
The Paris Call is a step in the right direction in bringing stability and security to the borderless cyberspace through public and private sector cooperation. But the calls in this declaration must be met with strong enforcement.
At the request of Judge Emmet Sullivan, the Special Counsel's Office has filed a redacted version of the report—known as an FD-302 or simply 302—produced by FBI agents following their January 2017 interview of then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. The document is available here and below.
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According to a new report released by the Senate intelligence committee, an entity linked with the Russian government took at least an initial step toward stockpiling explicit material with which to blackmail Americans.
On Monday, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence made public two reports on the Internet Research Agency (IRA), the organization that the Special Counsel's Office charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States. The full reports can be read at these links and below.
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Professor Kerr tackles new directions in Fourth Amendment law with two draft chapters from a forthcoming book.
A grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia has indicted Bijan Rafiekian and Kamil Ekim Alptekin, both associates of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, for efforts to secure the extradition of cleric Fethullah Gulen from the United States to Turkey. The document is available here and below.
It is not too early to begin planning a turnaround for U.S. intelligence under a new chief executive who appreciates the Intelligence Community’s unique capabilities, its fragile assets, and essential contributions to America’s national security.
Tribe has proposed a novel argument to assert that a sitting president can be indicted.
What people get wrong about proxy war.
Last week, Senator Mark Warner of Virginia addressed a crowd at the Center for New American Security (CNAS), offering what he called a “New Doctrine for Cyberwarfare & Information Operations.” Sen. Warner currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. In that role, he helps to oversee that committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. To combat the sort of information warfare and cyberattacks used in that election, as well as the more general and staggering cybersecurity threats posed to U.S.
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By adopting two resolutions that oppose the Trump administration’s policies towards Saudi Arabia and Yemen, the Senate may have tipped the scales towards a change in policy.
The special counsel's office has filed a reply to Michael Flynn's sentencing memo. The document is available here and below.//-->